Monthly Archives: July 2013

Cabinet introduces interim relief for small stock producers

WINDHOEK – Cabinet on Tuesday decided to reduce the export restrictions of one sheep export for every six slaughtered at local abattoirs. The new ratio is one export for every

Rape accusation against SA union boss withdrawn

news Vavi 29 julyJOHANNESBURG – South Africa’s top trade union boss said a female subordinate had dropped rape allegations against him Monday, after a brief internal inquiry. Zwelinzima Vavi

Zim police ban Tsvangirai’s Harare rally

POLICE in Harare have banned Prime Minister Morgan Tsvangirai’s final star rally which had been set for today in Harare, stoking fresh tensions in an already volatile electoral environment.


Agra exposes Kunene farmers to Swakara

news Swakara 28 julyAgra’s team of experts presented a Swakara information day at Bloemhof, 40 km west of Khorixas, in the Kunene Region recently. The event was organised in

Westbridge committed to Namibian drilling programme

Although HRT’s Murombe-1 well did not find hydrocarbons, Westbridge which also has interest in Namibian waters said more exploration work, which is upcoming in Namibia, will allow explorers to soon

SCC evasive on Tjivikua suspension

THE Social Security Commissions has declined to comment on the suspension of its CEO Kenandai Kapara Tjivikua and has instead asked the media and the public to let the “process

Angola, Namibia To Strengthen Business Ties In Fisheries Sector

LUANDA- Angola and Namibia want to reinforce business ties in order to face up to challenges and common needs in the fisheries sector, including in the production of salt and

3 months to 2013 ATTA Adventure Travel World Summit

WINDHOEK – ON Friday Namibia marked a milestone – just three months remain until the nation hosts the 10th Adventure Travel Trade Association’s (ATTA) Adventure Travel World Summit in both